Prices were announced on Buick.com.
The Premium II model is priced at $45,635, including shipping.
Both of those versions will be equipped with all-wheel drive and a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
The Premium model features a standard heated steering wheel, tri-zone climate control and a Bose premium audio system.
The Premium II model adds standard HID headlights, a head-up display and Intellilink with a navigation system.
Value-minded car shoppers may want to wait until late fall when the Envision lineup expands with three other front-wheel-drive models that are more affordable.
The base 2017 Envision with a hands-free liftgate, foglamps and projector-beam halogen headlights starts at $34,990. A midlevel Envision Preferred model is priced at $36,795, while an Envision Essence starts at $38,645. Prices include shipping.
The three lower-priced models are equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine.
Edmunds says: If you're shopping in this category, you should be aware of the unusual pricing strategy on the Envision, given that high-end models will debut first for an abbreviated 2016 model year.